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the uieu. from K m mmm m M: A VIEW FROM WITHIN 1987 Hatter Stetson University DeLand, Fla. 32720 Volume 66 2 Stetson 87: A View From Within 10 Student Organizations 87 34 Greeks 87 56 Sports 87 88 Faculty 87 120 Classes 87 159 Stetson 87: A View From Within 162 Advertisements 87 AVIEW FROM WITHIN A . ; s. 4 0y From Within Ourselves Stetson University, a view from within ... a view from within Stet- son ... a view from within our- selves. Stetson affords many view- points, vantage points from which we observe and grow. In our time here we learn to view the world differently; we mature from the bright-eyed freshman, who finds in each thing newness and challenge, to the confident senior, seeing him- self as a part of life at Stetson and somehow knowing that if he had not attended, the University would be somewhat less than what it is. Our view from within encompasses the full scope of our lives in a period during which we pursue the highest of ideals, knowledge, and values — this period known as our collegiate experience. From our viewpoint, looking back over the past and anticipating the future, we realize the impor- tance of the people in our Stetson experience. VVe see a vivid image of that certain professor who had such an impact on the path our life is to follow. We see with fondness that particular person whom we chose to love. We remember the late night conversation with a friend in which we examined closely our perception of life and did not emerge unchanged. Time shall change our viewpoint, but may it never change our view of Stetson. We have grown and learned, and made memories of people that will last a lifetime. That is our view from within . . . JOHN L. MOORE Class of 88 — A VIEW FROM WITHIN — : President Pope Duncan addresses the students and faculty at the 1986 Convocation ceremony. DR. POPE ALEXANDER DUNCAN Pope Duncan, a native of Georgia, came to Stetson in 1977 to serve as its seventh president. During the next 10 years, the University would progress in the areas of endowment, academics, faculty salaries, and campus renovation. Stetson achieved this under Dr. Duncan ' s leadership with the STETSON $50,000,0(X) campaign. I In the latter part of the " Duncan Years, " the University attained another goal: national recognition. Stetson has been recognized in several national publications as one of the best colleges or universities in the Southeastern United States. Dr. Duncan has been a member of the faculties of Stetson, Mercer University,, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He served as president of thej Association of Church Related Colleges and Universities of the South, and as a member of the Florida Council of 100. He and his wife, Margaret — who is a published poet — have three daughters. Although Dr. Duncan is retiring as president this academic year, Stetson is fortunate to have this relationship continue. The Board of Trustees has honored Dr. Duncan by asking him to serve as the University ' s second Chancellor. V. 2 Opening Seniors stand at Convocation in rMoenitiof. o( thwr last v ar at Stetson ' ' MmI ▼- • v Faculty members leave Convocation in antiapation of the 9n " " " " " The sound of music echoes through the Forest of Arden. " - Jason Karr receives a Presidential scholarship from President Duncan. Opening 3 e o Friends On Campus One of the most rewarding and enjoyable positions on this cam- pus is that of the FOCUS staff member. We are the first people that new students meet upon their arrival at Stetson. Staff members assist new students and help them to integrate into campus life. More importantly, though, we are their friends. The FOCUS staff operates un- der the leadership of Jayne Mar- lowe, Director of Student Life, who keeps us on track and pro- vides us with suggestions, time, patience, and support. The backbone of the FOCUS program is the FOCUS group ses- sion. This is when each staff mem- ber meets with a group of new students and provides them with both information and an opportu- nity to meet many other students. Activities organized and conduct- ed by our staff included work- shops, a dance, a luau — " The Goombay Smash " , a beach party, and a nationally recognized enter- tainment icebreaker session called PLAYFAIR. FOCUS is not only beneficial to the new students, but to the staff as well. Many feel that their in- volvement has been the most fun and fulfilling experience of their college life. We hope that each of you will have the opportunity to participate in this great happening and get your own VIEW FROM WITHIN. RANDY WALTON KAREN BRAY Class of 1988 Class of 1987 A VIEW FROM WITHIN 4 Opening The FOCUS information centep helps new students find direction. PRESENTING ... the 1986 FOCUS staff . . . O.K. kids take a bow! Andy Neck and Debi Chambers answer questions at a F- group meeting. PLAYFAIR fun sends an " employee " off to meet Dr. Jenkins. Opening 5 C y 4y y PX: A Panhellenic Sisterhood The Rush Counselor program is a very valuable learning experi- ence for select Creek women. A Rho Chi (PX) should be a person who is very open-minded, friend- ly, and, of course, likes to have FUN!!! After selection, a PX retreat is held in order to become better ac- quainted with the Greek System, as well as with each other. On this weekend outing in the fall, the PX ' s not only learn the true meaning of Panhellenic spirit, but also how to help a rushee choose the sorority that will be best for her. After the work is over for the day, everyone ventures to a local establishment in Orange City to keep the PX tradi- tion alive. Throughout rush week, the PX ' s work with the sororities to make sure things run smoothly. In be- tween rush parties, sororities are still practicing and PX ' s are meeting with their rushees. With good communication, any difficulties that should arise can be resolved. However, in between meetings, the PX ' s always have time for fun. They can be seen eating together in the commons, socializing down- town, and singing " nasty " songs. All in all, this is a growing experi- ence for everyone involved. The rushees make new friends, the so- rorities become closer, and the PX ' s form a lasting Panhellenic Sis- terhood. SHERRY JUNKER Class of 87 ■AVIEW FROM WITHIN PX Ronda Webb shouts with joy as she and the Rho Chis reunite with their respective sororities. Pikes take their new pledges home in the fire truck. 6 Opening Now that ' s trusting your new brolhers ' ' J - ' ■ - -- ' :4 Pi Phis share the excitement of Bid Day! ers! . . . Diggers!! . . . DIGGERS!!! Opening 7 M x The Real Winners give " Don ' t give until it hurts until it feels good. " If that ' s the case, then Stetson students and faculty must feel great about their contribution to this year ' s Greenfeather. The 1 986 Greenfeather campaign was one of the most successful ever. The week brought students and faculty to work together in the spirit of giving. Not only did the Stetson community raise an unprec- edented amount of money, but en- thusiasm and participation reached an all time high. It was an incredible sight to see each person put aside academic pressures and spend time contributing to the welfare of those less fortunate in the DeLand area. The true winners of Greenfeather are neither the organizations with the most participation points nor the winners of the individual events. The real winners are the re- cipients of the money that is raised. The children who benefit from the Evergreen Day Care Center, Meth- odist Children ' s Home, and the Eas- ter Seal Society have won ... the families that use Hospice, the Duvall Home, and the Red Cross have won . . . and the people that need the services of the House Next Door, Neighborhood Center, and United Way have won. And we, who have learned the importance of caring and the feeling of sharing ourselves with others . . . we, too, have won. DAVID SPEREGEN Class of 87 DARCY HAAG Class of 86 A VIEW FROM WITHIN _J O Opening 0es ff mm WAY f DUVALL HOME f NEIGHBORHOOD CTR. iRED CROSS + HOSPICE mom DAY SCHOOL Hmm ' s home AKlCAHCfH SOC. f HOUSE NEXT DOOR EASTER SEALS The Fund Run generated lots of excitement to kick off the week. Opening 9 : ♦ : f A o « a Real Life Experience The word " organizations " is so general, it can mean many differ- ent things to many different peo- ple. To those involved, it usually means working together to ac- complish a common goal. Work- ing with others, be it in a service club, a business fraternity, or a so- cial club, can be extremely reward- ing. Being involved with a variety of groups helps a person to grow and learn about himself and oth- ers. Ideally, a student ' s purpose at Stetson centers around classrooms and textbooks, the " real life " ex- perience of involvement in stu- dent organizations can comple- ment the overall result. A balance of both is necessary for a well- rounded education. LAURA McCarthy Class of 88 — A VIEW FROM WITHIN — L 10 Student Organizations The BCM auditorium is a super place to brush up on musical talent. Chud DoIIIson and Debbie Sabol take a break from climbing on their SOC mountain trip. Student Organizations 1 I The HATTER staff works on a deadline. STETSON UNION BOARD Concerts . . . Fine Arts . . . Friday Flick . . . Hatter Holiday . . . Hatter Night Out . . . Keyvend . . . Mini-SUB . . . Mail Call Madness . . . Rentals . . . Stetson Outdoor Club . . . WSTN. STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOC. Student Body . . . Senators . . . Participant Members . . . Student ' s Rights . . . Active Involvement . . . Needed Changes . . . Parliamentary Procedure . . . Planning for the Future . . . Voice of the Students . . . Determination . . . Needed Change . . . Unyielding Devotion . . . Commit- ted to Progress. THE HATTER Opening . . . Closing . . . Organizations . . . Sports . . . Greeks . . . Deadlines . . . Copy . . . Headlines . . . Ads . . . Classes . . . Student Life . . . Faculty . . . Layouts . . . Editors. THE REPORTER Deadlines . . . DeLand Sun News . . . Bi-Monthly . . . Bulle- tin Board . . . Fast Eddie Graham . . . National Campus News . . . Florida ' s Oldest Collegiate Newspaper . . . Col- or Ads . . . News . . . Crossword Puzzle. John Hunt, Editor of the Reporter, busily types into the computer as he prepares for another edition of the school paper. 12 Student Organizations Stetson Union Board members work together to make sure the students at Stetson have a good time outside of class. ;;han Martin, VPof Student Government Association, presides over a weekly Tieeting. President |ohn Moore and Laura Bellinger observe the proceedings SUB SGA The Hatter .A?y JlM . . ' MJMB ' " KBPr ' r J The Reporter Student Organizations 13 Accountancy Club " Comrades, we are about to have a quiz " . . . " There will be no drinks in my classroom . . . next thing I know you ' ll have hot plates and be cooking breakfast in here! " ... To the Accounting professors of S.U.: Thanks for being our advisors, friends, motivators, and slave drivers. Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society . . . Dedicated to the ideal of investigating humanity for the purpose of service . . . Promotes an interest in the study of sociology and the research of social problems. Alpha Kappa Psi First Professional Business Fraternity . . . Further the members ' welfare . . . Promote business administra- tion . . . Offer of brotherhood . . . Exposure to business fields . . . We ' re turning business into friends. American Chemical Society Organic Chemistry . . . Magic Shows . . . Connections . . . Reactions . . . Synthesis . . . Chemists are people of real substance. ACS members " experiment " before class begins Alpha Kappa Psi members show off their awards proudly. Alpha Kappa Delta members proudly show off their new charter. 14 Student Organizations Oct 15 ' irX " " mm 5 Alpha Kappa Psi joined other organizations to raise money for Stetson. Betty Llorens takes a moment to study before her next accounting class. Who says you can ' t have fun in Sage Hall? Accountancy Club Alpha Kappa Delta Alpha Kappa Psi American Chemical Society Student Organizations 15 i C prescient Dave Buth and Dr lenkins discuss the hearing process JUDICIARY COUNCIL Parliamentary Procedure . . . Lawyers . . . Traffic Court . . . Parking On The Grass . . . Administrative Hearings. MORTAR BOARD ScFiolarship . . . Leadership . . . Tutoring . . . Hat Day . . . Service Projects . . . Faculty Appreciation Day. ASSOCIATION of COMPUTER MACH. Empire . . . Blurred Vision . . . Printer Out Of Paper . . . ERRORS . . . Cursor . . . Batch. BETA BETA BETA Microscope . . . Internships . . . DNA . . . Labs . . . Slides . Ontogeny Recapitulates Phylogeny. Mortar Board member Drew Severence finds a quiet place to study. Lucille Russo and Tiffany Siebold, members of BBB, examine the results of their test. Mortar Board president )ane Cornelius informs members of their next meeting. 16 Student Organizations Nancy Nelson (ACM) assists Drea Rideout with her computer program. Beta Beta Beta Student Organizations 17 Is laughter a new breathing exercise? Projection at Its best is in the back Kappa Delta Pi members glance at the Instructor magazine. lb Student Organizations M ' iMt " APPA DELTA PI iducation Honor Society . . . Elementary and Secondary iducation Students . . . Update on Current Issues . . . Work- hops . . . Challenging. CONCERT CHOIR Prestigious . . . Auditions . . . Tours . . . Rehearsals . . . Prac- tice. :hapel choir Sleepy . . . Back-rubs . . . Gibson Girls . . . Aerobics . . . Ooo chords . . . Commitment . . . Bounce, bounce, pull, pull . . . Doo bee doo bee doo. GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON Scholarship . . . Experiments . . . Science Research . . . Initi- ation . . . Honor. Kappa Delta Pi Concert Choir Student Organizations 19 JAZZ ENSEMBLE Up Beat . . . Fun . . . Dedication . . . Smooth . . . Talent . . . Saxophones . . . Drums . . . Horns . . . Guitars. ORCHESTRA Long Concerts . . . Travel . . . Practice . . . Broken Bow . . . Touch Of Class . . . Movement. WIND ENSEMBLE Rehearsals . . . Performances . . . Harmony At Its Best . . . Concert Black (Ugh). Taking the time ... to attain perfection " Look, Professor Sleeper, they stretched out my horn. " 20 Student Organizations The Stetson Orchestra warms up for a performance, ITTI jazz Ensemble Orchestra Wind Ensemble Student Organizations 2 1 Dave Morton is tapped into ODK on the CUB steps. PHI ALPHA DELTA Professional . . . Law . . . Ambition . . . " For the student, profession, and the community. " OMICRON DELTA KAPPA Tapping . . . Leadership . . . Honor . . . Circles . . . Key . . . Faculty and Student Membership. PHI ETA SIGMA Scholarship . . . Dedication . . . Cooperation . . . Friend- ship . . . Personal Excellence . . . Leadership . . . Versatil- ity. SIGMA PHI SIGMA Velocity . . . Specific Heat . . . Vectors . . . Acceleration . . . joules . . . Inertia . . . Law of Equilibrium. ODK president Erin Conners comments on the selection criteria. Phi Eta Sigma members excel in academics. LL Student Organizations Phi Alpha Delta members discuss the up-cominR pre-law day E Phi Alpha Delta Omicron Delta Kappa Student Organizations 23 A Psychology major with a smirk on his face, now that spells K trouble. Scabbard and Blade shows support for country, communi- ty, and school as they join in the Greenfeather rock-a- thon. 24 Student Organizatic Psi Chi member Cindy Sutton relaxes on the steps of Flagli Hall. PSI CHI Academic . . . Aware . , . Interested . . . Introspective . . . Analytical. PI SIGMA ALPHA Debates . . . Law School . . . Government Jobs . . . Public Administration . . . Scholarships. TOUCHSTONE Student Publication . . . Poetry . . . Art . . . Literary Magazine . . . Hidden Talent. SCABBARD BLADE Professionalism . . . Military Excellence . . . Five Stars . . . Mil- Ball. Psi Chi Pi Sigma Alpha Scabbard Blade Student Organizations 25 Susan Riley and Dana Boeckh discuss their Sigma Tau Delta initiation neld the| night before. SIGMA TAU DELTA National Honorary English Fraternity . . . Gamma Zeta Chapter . . . Literature And Language . . . Initiation . . . Scholarship . . . Word Of The Week. SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS " Imagination is more important than knowledge " . . . Diversified . . . Sage Hall Rats . . . Radioactive . . . F=ma . . . E=mc . . . " leave a quarter in the red cup. " COALITION FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Peace . . . Justice . . . Human Rights . . . Cooperation . . . Awareness . . . Concern . . . Advocacy . . . Education. Lucille Russo (SPS) and Laura Zindel (SPS) work together on a lab assignment. 26 Student Organizations A member of Sigma Tau Delta enjoys reading to enhance his English expertise. Sigma Tau Delta SPS CSR Student Organizations 27 SMA members re ievv the new 1987 calendar. K l c ■te - i E« y pv -■ ■i H [ .) r .f ' llJ H 1 H . Wi fib a I ' mj 1_ Bk Phi Chi Theta president Jillyn Williams makes a note for next weeks agenda " Kiss my unicorns, pledge " — Theta Alpha Phi PHUN!!! 28 Student Organizations STETSON MARKETING ASSOCIATION Meetings . , . Calendars . . . Lectures . . , Sell,Sell,Sell . . . Looking Good ... We Made The Paper ... On the Move! PHI CHI THETA We ' ll Get Any Job We Want Thanks To Marcy ... 22 Pledges Will Keep Us Going Strong . . . Pizza Social Under the Bridge . . . Friday 10:00 Break . . . Andy ' s Connputer Expertise . . . What a Fund Raiser. THETA ALPHA PHI Leadership . . . Outstanding Performance and Dedication . . . Wear That Mask From the Minute Your Toes Touch the Floor Outrageous . . . Pure Talent. THE GERMAN CLUB Treffpunkt Deutsch . . . Nicht Wahr; " . . . Es Klingf Ein BiBchen Komisch . . . Wunderbahr . . . Fraulein Martina . . . Alles in Ordning . . . Wer Die Wahl Hat, Hat Die Qual! . . . Dortmunder Schmeckt ... Die Uhr Halt, Aber Die Zeit Nicht . . . Spabist Immer Wichtig Fur Uns! Theta Alpha Phi taps its new members. SMA Phi Chi Theta German Club Student Organizations 29 TAE KWON DO Dojang (place to practice) . . . Sabumnim (Master) . . . front- stand . . . basic form . . . pargay eljong 1 . . . liigh bloci . . . bacl stand. It ' s a bird . . . It ' s a plane . . . It ' s ? ? ? Talk about trust! Jono Riddler has done alot to promote outdoor activities at Stetson. As president of SOC, he usually participates in their great excursions. JUDO CLUB Pick On Someone Your Own Size ... Hie Sensei! . Drive ... I Hate Doing Shrimps! . . . Mate. . Hagime . . . STETSON OUTDOOR CLUB It ' s not the critic who counts. Not the man who points out where the strong man stumbled or where the doer of great deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena. Whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood. Who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again. And who, while daring greatly, spends himself in a worthy cause so that his place may not be among those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat. -Theodore Roosevelt THE HATTER CONNECTION Helpful Ambassadors Terrific Together Enthusiastic Responsible Challenged Organized Neat Noteworthy Energetic Conscientious Tourguides Informative Outgoing Nice Debbie Sabol takes on any challenge, even a mountain The members of the elite Hatter Connection know how to dress to impress! Chud Dollison explains to Sarah Brown his tech- nique for impressing perspective Stetson students. 30 Student Organizations Tae Kwon Do u ' ' 1 Judo Club Stetson Outdoor Club Hatter Connection Student Organizations 3 1 Each year the Wesley House supports OXFAM to fight world hunger. Here students break their fast with bread and water. BAPTIST CAMPUS MINISTRY Friendly . . . Supportive . . . inspirational . . . Spiritual . . . Retreats . . . Unique Individuals . . . Care Packages ... Ice Cream Socials . . . Vespers . . . Outreach and Inreach . . . Revival Teams . . . Encouragement . . . Prayer Partners . . . Love of God to Others . . . Listening Ear. CATHOLIC CAMPUS MINISTRY Sunday Mass . . . Togetherness . . . Relaxed Atmosphere . . . Caring . . . Eriendly spirational. Humorous . . . Newman hlouse . CANTEBURY CLUB Sensitive . . . Open . . . Dinners . . . Comfortable Time Spent Together Association. Friends . . . Sharing . . . . . Smiles . . . Episcopal MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION Dedication . . . Commitment . . . Studious . . Selfless . . . Supportive . . . Willing to Serve. WESLEY HOUSE Fun . . . Warm . . . Friendly . . . Social . . . Caring . . . Fellowship . . . Support . . . Welcome. BACCHUS Boost Alcohol Consciousness Concerning the Health of University Students . . . Responsible . . . Educating . . . Committed . . . Concerned. BCM welcomes a host of guest speakers throughout the year. il Student Organizations Ministerial Assn. ACCHUS members Lori Harrell, Danielle Mezera, Libby Threlkel, and Carolyn Cira uiz students on the effects of alcohol. Student Organizations 33 YEAR 1 ... I can ' t believe how confused I was during RUSH. I nev- er thought I ' d make up my mind; but when I did, 1 chose the BEST! I must have worn my jersey every other day this year. It ' s obvious that I pledged the GREATEST chap- ter on campus. I couldn ' t be this happy anywhere else. YEAR 2 ... I came back from sum- mer break with so much enthusi- asm. 1 was ready to take on the responsibilities of being an initiate, then the chapter appointed me chairman of the sportswear com- mittee. Obviously they are groom- ing me for chapter president. I ' ve started my climb to the top! YEAR 3 . . . What a hard year! I thought you were supposed to get along with everybody all the time, never realized how hard it is to run a chapter and keep everybody happy too. I think I am experienc- ing the early warning symptoms of burnout. YEAR 4 . . . You would have thought that I ' d get a break as a senior. 1 paid my dues and de- served a rest. But no-o-o-o, who did the chapter turn to for every little thing - SENIORS! Graduating is hard enough without having to think about breaking away from my chapter too. . . . It ' s hard to say what I would be like without my experiences as a Greek; they ' ve become a part of me. Greek life has challenged me, both emotionally and intellectual- ly, and helped me realize my po- tential. JERE TOLTON Class of ' 87 BETTY LLORENS Class of ' 8 - A VIEW FROM WITHIN 34 Greek Life Brothers and little sisters of Phi Sigma Kappa show off their spirited smiles during bid day. Rho Chi DuAnn Kremer struts her stuff in a RUSH round up skit. ►■i ?!: ,v rr , -. ■ " ■ rJ Sisterhood . . . Brotherhood . . . Siblinghoo d!!! Creel Life 35 Alpha Chi seniors will miss Christmas formal after graduation. Sig Eps get all tied up at the Greenfeather Olympic A new Phi Sig sis. 36 Greek Life Taylor, Williams, and Darlington -A terrifying trio tee4 tee Greeks . . . Rush . . . Bid Day . . . Shirt Night . . . Brotherhood . . . Sisterhood . . . Big Sisters . . . Little Brothers . . . Formats . . . Intramurals . . . Candlelightings . . . Living Up At The House . . . Initiation . . . Long Long Talks . . . Tables In The Commons . . . The Panhellenic Building . . . Greek Sings . . . Pride . . . Greek Weekend . . . Greenfeather . . . Frustrations . . . Wonderful Times . . . Disappointments . . . Tears (Lots And Lots Of Tears) . . . Mostly Laughs And A Lot Of Love . . . Sue Coker and Joanne Felton try their best at the three legged race. Mansureh and Zahra Iravani are excited about their first day back at Stetson. Greek Life 37 Tri Delta spirit and unity is evident throughout campus. 38 Greek Life . til Ji_ It. Debbie Sabol and Ana Latour take a break from rush. Michelle Prince and Jillyn Willianns are two outstanding Greek women. Rho Chis . . . Rush Counselors Creek Life 39 Mho Lamba: Tennis Shoes With White 2 Meetings . . . Barbara Hi? , . , What Leaders . . . Where ' s Debbie? . . . Order Of Omega: Coming Together Again . . . So Classy " imi Does It Take To Be A Leader Rho Chh Nasty . . . Psych . . . . Bam Bid Matching Jam Out, jam Out, Jam Out . . . Passion . . . Slumber Party at the Thela House . . . Ritual . . . Omicron . . . Dude . . . Greeks . . . Rho Lambda. ijBBB pn m m Outstanding Greek Men 1986 Rho Chis 40 Creek Life The Omega chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. i ' " Forever Friends " ' ' Alpha Xi Delta Looks So Good On You " . . . Pash Crew . . . We Love Our Pledges! . . . Teddybears . . . Rosethorns . . . Snakes and Fuzzies at Halloween . . . Food! . . . Splashin ' Time at Wet . ' n Wild . . . " Time Moves On " . . . Fuzzy Brothers . . . True Blue and Cold . . . " People Touch and Then They ' re Cone " . . . Who Rolled Frat Row? . . . Easter Egg Hunt . . . Partyboat Formal . . . Boxers and Bow Ties . . . " But Alpha Xi Will Never Really End " . . . Moms . . . Quill . . . Forever Friends . . . Greek Life 41 Tide . . . Invades During Viking Week . . . ATOs and Tri Belts are Cooler on the Beach . . . Gets Over the Mump Day Party . . . UGllIng the Barrel! for Leukemia . . . ' for Thanksgiving at the Center . . . Campaigning n ' Semfor Ed Dunn . . . Partying in the Mud for Greenfeather . . . Shaping Leaders . . . Blue and Gold . . . Raises Money Than Any Other fraternity During Greenfeather Week , , . Cleans Up Deland . . . is AWESOME! Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity 42 Greek Life Alpha Chi ' s are excited about their new pledges Three happy sisters of Alpha Chi. Panda Power! . . . Red and Green . . . Awesome Big Lyres . . . " Fins " . . . Toast . . . Fool Around Flirtations . . . Acropolis Runs . . . Super Pledges . . . Mom Hunt— Hey Susan, " PSYCH " . . . Pearl Award . . . Family Dinners . . . Pledge Retreat . . . " We ' d Like To Get To Know You Well ' " . . . Torching . . . Alpha Chi Athletics . . . " Sweet " . . . Spring Fling Fun . . . Turtles . . . Lyre Badge . . . Otis ' . . . " Hey Mama " . . . Candlelightings . . . " Carnations To You!! " . . . Toga, Toga . . . A.C.D.T. . . . Sister Socials . . . ISIewlywed Game . . . Jungle Book . . . Puddles . . . Spunky Sisters . . . Aaaahhhh—Hidy Tidy!!! Greek Life 43 44 Creek Life The Alpha Delta chapter of Delta Delta Delta. p ' ii Digs await their pledges on bid day. Oldest Fraternity in Florida . . . ' Stetson ' s Numb er One Social Fraternity " . . . Double Secret Probation . . . Rally in Raleigh . . . It ' s Winter Term 2000 Dude! ...The House Band: SECRET WEAPONS . . . Bob ' s Slobs . . . Too Many Wannabe ' s . . . F.I.T. Initiation . . . Mookie ' s Fountain Feast . . . Record Year in Rush . . . No Lager Consumption . . . Come On Bloody, I Need a Check . . . You Know, Whatever . . . Dat Thang . . . Tal ' s Pilsner Palace . . . Green and White . . . Dunder Runs . . . Greek Life 45 ' and Crown , . . 27 es , . . Zeta Bunny . . . Mmi-Sub Meetings . . . Zetamen . . . Blue md Steel Grey . , . Volleyball Chamm . , . Beta Psi . . , Zetas All The , . Walla, Walla, Walla . . . . . Today and Forever . . . Believe , . . We Love Our c fun . . . Campus , . Wild Formals . . . SAG HuiesH . . . Zeta Week . . , Rituals . . . Laughter . . . Tears . . . Greenfeather Champs . . , Ford ' s Farm . . . Etiquette Tips . . . Zeta is Forever . . . Oamn lime . " Zeta Lady " . Oils ' ' Run . . . Sweetheart . Involvement Zetas have fun at the Greenfeather Olympics. The Beta Psi Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha. 46 Greek Life New pledges learning about " Theta for a Lifetime. " Greek Life 47 § . ' •■ ' u ' pie. Green and Gold . Iv ' ii h ' O- ' . Cross . . . Crescent . " He Air, ' t eavy He ' s My Brother " . -ratemliy iJ Honest friendship . . . ' Grape! ' " . . . Freshwater ' s White Rose Bali , . . MTV Party. . . Halloween SocM with the Thetas . . . Cocoa Beach . . AMs . , . Purple Reign . . . Boston Urdvemty . . . Mark Montgomery— PresldentI . . . Spring Weekend . . . Fill Ygu In . . . Annual Swim Meet . . . Ctescent Girl . . , Car Washes . . . Canned Food Drive . . . fimmy Buffet Party . . , leff, Blane, and Mark show Lamb brotherhood. Lambs support Greenfeather during the Olympics. ' mh 48 Greek Life Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity 4 ' The Florida Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi All smiles . . . but wait, can ' t you make room for one more? Pi Phi . . . Wine and Silver Blue . . . Angela and Arrows . . . SAM . . . Arrowmen . . . SSS . . . Monmouth College . . . Wine Carnation . . . The Dream Team . . . I — week . . . 50 ' s Rush Party . . . Pearls . . . Food!!! . . . Wouldn ' t You Like To Be A Phi Phi Too? . . . Sportsmanship Award . . . Spring Formal . . . FRRRR . . . pledge pranks . . . Pledge Retreat . . . April 28, 1897 . . . " She Was Very Appreciative " . . . Christmas Dance . . . Fannie Whitenack Libbey . . . Miss Greenfeather 1986 . . . Arrowmont and Arrowcraft . . . Creek Life 49 . kJrjvn Girl , . Garnet and Gold . . , Fireman ' s Sisters of the . ' Tike is It! " . . . Head Start ...Pi , The Boys are Soccer . . . urn .d House , . ' sre Truck . The Boy Scouts Troop . Vo You . . . St Pete is Pike Beach . . . Hey Burt, Merry Christmas! . . . Bonfires . . . Party! . . . Commitment to Excellence . . . 50 Creek Life Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. Hey! Who is that behind those Foster Grants? Winner . . . We have a winner!! Pi Kapp . . . PUSH . . . ' ' You ' ve Lost That Loving Feeling ' ' . . . Bonfires . . . Original Bourbon Street . . . Spinner has Puppies — Lots of Them . . . True Blue and Gold . . . Rose Ball . . . Peeps . . . New Year ' s Eve Social with the Pi Phis . . . Serenading the Little Sisters . . . Rose Queen . . . Silver Bucket Runs . . . Otis ' . . . College of Charleston . . . December 10, 1904 . . . ' ' Go Blue!! " . . . " How funny is That? " . . . G.P.A. . . . Mmmmmmmmmahhhhhh!!!! . . . " Burning Chance in Hell " . . . Intramurals . . . Brotherhood . . . Creek Life 5 1 looooooll-Snakes Roll . . . Say ' ey Sobariba . . . Black and Gold vr sow Who You Are . . . r ... Bucket . . . Alpha Xls Do , . Whisper . . . Band Party . . . ' Jtrmfe . . . Mung . . . Dude . . . Z o r, left Wooh . . . The Eye of the Istmas Tree . . . " £a " . . . Snore . . . You ' re Tense . . . Never . . . Case Closed Hurt . . . Amtrak . . . YOD Day Memories . . . Sigma View . . . Virginia Military Institute . . . The House On The Hill . . . Duvall Childrens ' Home . . . Sigma Nu Fraternity 52 Greek Life Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Buffoonery . . . Number One Academics? . . . The Red Door . . . Tuesday Night (socials) . . . Bourbon Street with the Pi Phis . . . Whe re ' s Haas? . . . Heart ' s Club . . . Bahama Blues . . . Whiffle Ball Tournament . . . Purple and Red . . . What ' s With the Hair Cuts? . . . Finally After Seven Years . . . Weekend . . . Campus Golf . . . Sig Eps . . . Halloween Social with the Tri belts . . . Legacies . . . University of Richmond . . . The " Hearts " . . . Ultimate Game . . . Founded: November 1, 1901 .. . Sig Ep Falls . . . Greel Life 53 Phi Mii . . . Sisterhood . . . Special Friends . . . love, Honor, Truth ... laughter . . . lions . . . Pink Carnation . . , Fhk . . forever Friends . . . Rock-a- ' ■ ' " amation Ball . . . Big Sis— ...... Rose and White . . . Socials , . . tonds . . . Pinky ' s Place , . . Football . . . BACH-BACH . . . Panhellenic President . . . Intramurals . . . Founder ' s Day . . . March 1852 . . . Wesleyan College . . . Macon, Georgia . . . Halloween Social With The Men of Phi Sigma Kappa . . . Forever . . . Phi Mu ' s pull for Greenfeather. Betty LLorens relaxes after all her hard work. i v The Alpha Zi chapter of Phi Mu. 54 Creek Life The Brothers of Phi Sigma Kappa mWffpf ' ' i ' } The excitement of Bid Pick-up Damn Proud To Be A Phi Sig . . . ■, ' ,,4, rj, . ' ' Ak ' " ' j Mony,Mony ... We All Share the Same Horizon ... Red and Silver ... White Tea Rose and Red Carnation . . . Two House Are Better Than One . . . O.K. — 85 Times Per Hour . . . Gimme A Beat! Ugh! . . . Rocky Horror . . . Percy, a Natural Woman . . . Beach Run . . . Party Patrol . . . Key Friendships and Ichetucknee . . . Richochet . . . Get Happy . . . Hee,Ho! Key West . . . Phi Sigs . . . True Botherhood . . . Phi Sis . . . Creek Life 55 A Winning Combination Athletes, through their participa- tion in sports, learn and develop character and values such as . . . Attitudes. Athletes strive to learn and develop mature attitudes of unquestioning respect. Time. Varsity sports are very time- consuming obligations occurring six days a week. Hardwork. Athletes must push themselves physically and mental- ly. They give it their all, day in and day out. Leadership. Athletes are often giv- en the chance to develop leader- ship skills by directing the effort to accomplish the task at hand. Expectations. Demands are con- stantly being placed on the shoul- ders of the student athlete. Pres- sure to perform comes from pro- fessors, coaches, and teammates who require the athlete to be re- sponsible, motivated, and dedi- cated. Teamwork. Individuals with their own ideas and ways of doing things coming together as one is team unity. This is the hardest and most important opportunity to grow, both as an athlete and as a human being. Excellence. Athletes are people who set goals, work hard, and ex- cel. They strive to be the best they can be on and off the field. Success. If you put this all together (A-T-H-L-E-T-E-S) it spells success for school, team, and self- a win- ning combination!! ERIN OWEN Class of 88 A VIEW FROM WITHIN 56 Sports A new era of Hatter Soccer is filled with the excitement of competition. The first step in a perfect bump. Set, SPIKE!!! The only football you will see around here is for fun . . . right guys??? Sports 57 o L L E Y B A L L 58 Sports THE LADY HATTER VOLLEYBALL TEAM Sports 59 c c E R » % f i 60 Sports Sports 61 w E N S T E N N 62 Sports B The Lady Hatter Tennis Team Sports 63 HATTER COUNTRY Resurface Work By ji, " ' ! T E N N 64 Sports mum ■ ■ ■ mm mjm ik ti y i ' i ■ . ,. :-i4 -..il. Sports 65 w N S B A S K E T B A L L 66 Sports Sports 67 i t A S K E T B A L L 68 Sports Sports 69 Sports 71 1987 Homecoming Queen Tiffany Davidson and King Jono Ridler. irv Sports 73 A S E B A L L 74 Sports The 1987 HATTER Bat Girls! Sports 75 s s c o u N T R Y 76 Sports = if r 6 f « ? lCkr« rar -r ' f £ - . f ' ' i?t -C i r ▼ - • T d " C W k 1. « i HL w pi •r 1 i 1 n i f ! i ' i ' , ' i Si Ji S A J ' , j y J?. J G O L F Sports 1 I A M U R A L S r ' p .ji ltji.. " ■• 78 Sports Sports 79 A M U R A L S , « . i -. -« -- »- - 80 Sports Sports 81 A M U R A L S - J - 82 Sports Sports 83 T R A M U R A L S - .:, x , t ,4«Wi p|j l|||| MM!k! 84 Sports - ■ l lfc »c,Kj . .WW Sports 85 A M U R A L S s? ' ' d - .: r, -- : ' 4 • ' -• " r ' m-n ' ■ f ' ' ' 1 S I 1 iiii.iuiiaij 86 Sports 8 I I I Sports 87 It ' s Labor Day. Most people are enjoying the last weekend of sum- mer but at Stetson, it ' s a BIG DAY! Over at the CUB, the returning stu- dents appear at their appointed time (the unlucky ones get the ear- ly times) to complete their registra- tion. So many nicely tanned, famil- iar faces. It is busy for me but there is always time to ask the students how their summers were and what they did. They, in turn, ask me if I had a nice summer off. Are you kidding, do you think we leave the day after you in the spring and return the day before in the fall? It is good to see them back. The next day is Freshman regis- tration. I can see on their faces the anxiety and slight intimidation of the whole process. With the help of our staff and other " veteran " students, they manage to conquer this first day. From this day on, I ' ll be seeing most of them on a regu- lar basis. It will be an on-going rela- tionship of smiles and conversa- tion. Stetson University may be over 100 years old but it is young in spirit and heart. The interaction between the faculty staff and the students makes this possible. It ' s a good chemistry. Personally, I wish all the students the very best. Your personalities are your wealth. Be happy and al- ways be good to each other. ROSEMARY HOSFORD cashier A VIEW FROM WITHIN Staff Faculty Director of Security and Traffic Tony Schroeter issues stu- dents parking stickers for their vehicles. Smith will be done WHEN??? Nobody does it better . . . than Dr. Colwell. Faculty members don their colors during Convo- cation. Staff Faculty 89 A Smooth Transition For the first time in the universi- ty ' s history, Stetson had a presi- dent-elect to provide the opportu- nity for a smooth transition be- tween Dr. Pope Duncan and Dr. Doug Lee. It allowed Dr. Lee to become accustomed to the de- mands of the position and to learn through visiting other universities what he can do to make his ad- ministration run smoothly. Dr. Lee talked with the presi- dents of Emory, Mercer, Trinity, and his alma mater. University of Richmond to get their advice on how they make their institutions function smoothly. Each president stressed the importance of an as- sistant to the president and Dr. Lee is planning on appointing such a person. Throughout the year Dr. Lee spent a great deal of time in search for the new provost. The changes in the administration were being made with Dr. Lee as the presi- dent-elect in order to let him choose with whom he would be able to work best. Dr. Duncan said he had no sec- ond thoughts about leaving Stet- son because he feels that the uni- versity is in good hands with Dr. Lee. He is looking forward to his retirement and plans on spending five months out of the year at his cottage in North Carolina where he will do some writing. He will also serve as chancellor to Stetson and will work on the committee of Southern Colleges and Universities President Pope Duncan smiles warmly as he anticipates his upcoming Chancellorship. With great respect, the faculty of Stetson University listens to Dr. Duncan ' s Convoca- tion speech which signified the beginning of the 1986-1987 academic year. President Duncan, acting Provost Gillespie, and President-elect Lee invest time and attention to the students as they listen to the opening FOCUS address. 90 Faculty President-elect Douglas Lee will take the helm at the end of this academic school year. Faculty 91 Strong Academic Leadership Organizing the various depart- ments in the University, the Deans co- ordinated both daily events and long term projects for the University. Over the past ten years the College of Arts and Sciences has expanded tremendously, and during the pre- vious year the school underwent a reworking and refining of its curricu- lum. Dr. Gary Maris, Arts and Science Dean; expressed great pride in pro- grams such as the year abroad, Rus- sian Studies, the newly created Latin American Studies minor, and the Honors Program. The Dean of the School of Busi- ness, Dr. William Wright, spoke highly of the school ' s accounting depart- ment, whose graduates have consis- tently received outstanding scores on the national standardized accounting exam. He also noted the quickly ex- panding computer division, which has instituted five new courses and re- ceived 50,000 dollars for equipment to tie the network into one main frame located in Flagler Hall. " The strength of the Business School is the students and the professional organi- zations, " Dr. Wright said. Aside from its many community- oriented programs, the music school welcomed several outside perform- ers throughout the year. Dean James Woodward expressed the impor- tance that the faculty members re- main active in performing. Dr. Clyde Fant, the Dean of Chap- el, planned the interdenominational chapel service every Wednesday. Students and faculty members partici- pated in this service by performing such functions as the litany and scrip- ture readings. Also, eighteen interna- tionally recognized theologians came to lecture on current issues. The Department of Continuing Education and Research and Gradu- ate Studies worked to establish a liai- son between Stetson and the com- munity and to help the general public keep up with changes in society. Dr. Douglas Strickland hoped to expand the program into new areas. Dr. Clyde Fant Is a very resourceful man. Dean Woodward has high expectations for the Music school. , 1 - 92 Faculty 4 1 1 d Dean Wright actively supports the continued success of the School of Business. Faculty 93 ivJ 94 Faculty The Faculty of the Music School Faculty 95 BUSINl :c Darcy Haag and Two professors from the business school converse during the President ' s reception. The Professors of Marketing and Management 96 Faculty The Professors of the Accounting Department . . Finance ' f ..t And Statistics Teachers Faculty 97 s SCIENCES A R T D E P A R T M E N T 98 Faculty a Dr. Doan — Humanities Speech Theatre Instructors Faculty 99 The Department Of History 100 Faculty t ip - 1 1 f s - 1 — - " " ) f ir :v R E L I G I O N Faculty 101 ARTS SCIENCES Dr. Allen Sanders, Physical Education Dept. Stetson Basketball Coach Glenn Wilkes. 102 Faculty E F D A U C C U A L T T I Y O N Faculty 103 ARTS SCENCES 104 Faculty N C L I S H Faculty 105 ARTS SCIENCES Economics Faculty 106 Faculty Faculty 107 The Mathematics Faculty ,4 m ffm Chemistry Professors 1 . 108 Faculty The Physics Department Faculty 109 110 Staff The Counseling Center Professionals The Computer Systems Staff The Officers of Military Science ROTC recruiting students for a repelling experience. Staff 111 112 staff Stetson University Public Relations Department The Print Shop Staff 113 STAFI The Bookstore Personnel Post Office Personnel 114 staff Rodney Ellis is the Director of the Carlton Union Building. The Staff of Operators at Stetson. THE DEDICATED YOUNG MEN WOMEN OF SECURITY. Staff 115 STAFI 116 Staff The Office of Admissions Dean of Student Affairs Dr. E. Garth Jenkins with his secretary Zula Parker. Ms. Jayne Marlow, Director of Student Activities, pictured with Mrs. Lisa Strobeck. A Flower of Appreciation for All Those Dedi- cated Staff Members Who Work With and For the Stetson Community. Staff 117 staff 119 After all, it ' s the real reason we ' re here, right? Then how come our attention is often focused else- where and taking care of this " school business " is sometimes so secondary? Aw, c ' mon-you know what I mean . . . those night-be- fore-they ' re-due papers; realizing the night before the exam that you ' re six chapters behind. (Of course, upon being handed the syllabus at the beginning of the se- mester, a feeling of ambition over- came you and you SWORE you ' d keep up, but . . . ). So you spend the next three hours trying to grasp the material when you get invited to Friendly ' s, Freshwaters, or Prat Row. While there, you think, " Hmmm. Maybe, just may- be, by some stroke of Divine Providence you won ' t have IT to- morrow. " Yes, and what about your chat- ting merrily with your classmates before class begins (realizing, the entire time, that you have NOT read the material to be discussed that day) and being " ticked " when the professor walks in and hands you a pop quiz? Or, avoiding 8:00 am classes like a veritable plague, and if AB-SO- LUTE-LY stuck with one, hoping the professor finishes on time so that you can still catch breakfast? What ' s that you say? Not ME??? You ' re not guilty of any of these academic idiosyncrasies? C ' mon . . . That ' s what I thought. ANDREA McMillan Class of 87 ■AVIEW FROM WITHIN Provost Bryan Gillespie shows his support of SCA advisor )ayne Marlow and Members Art Speros and Paul Hamm. Pausing for a moment of conversation between classes are Jennifer Brookshire and Sheryl Brinkiy. 1 20 Classes Chip Bauder and Dolly Dollison share a special moment. Graduation is right around the corner for almost all of the Head Residents. Classes 121 Charles M. Ashton Jr. Religion Rebecca Bailey Marketing Robert Barkley Sports Administration English 122 Seniors Dennis H. Aubry Psychology Laura Auffant Marketing Melora Banner English Thomas Allen Barden Church Music Cherie Robin Barrineau English Susan R. Behnke Biology Douglas R. Babb Psychology Karen E. Barkley Finance Gema Benito English Cathy S. Berkowitz Business Administration Miclieie M. Berlureau American Studies Elizabeth Anne Bermant Philosophy Spanish Michael Criz Bitter Accounting Oaribel Blanco Marketing Julie Blumberg Psychology C Kevin Bolen Music performance Steve Boyd Speech and Theatre Victori a Boynitch Elementary Education Robin Badford Elementary Education Bonnie Boyd Russian Studies Spencer W. Bradford Humanities Robert R. Branch General Business Alan Brands Finance Karen Bray Finance Lori Brown Political Science A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 123 Daniel T. Byrne Finance John W. Byxbee Political Science Aileen Callan Psychology Susan Campbell Elementary Education Amber Canetti Elementary Education Micael Capinergro Finance Debra J. Campanola Business Administration Anna C. Carlson Voice Performance Cynthia L. Carlson Marketing Dennis K. Carpenter Sports Administration Teresa Carsweil Management William Carter Chemistry 124 Seniors Karen Patricia Casey Elementary Education Debi Chambers Marketing Corinne Chatfield Psychology David Todd Churdi Art Alice Cimino Music Debra Clark General Business Tambre E. Clark English Gary Coachman Sports Administration Erin Conners Finance Economics Harrison E. Conyers History Sondra D. Cook Sociology Jane M. Cornelius Accounting A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 125 Mary Farrell Political Science Riionda Lee Flanders Accounting Reginald L. Fountain Management Mm m Patrick N. Gaver Speech and TPieatre Tom Fleishel Business Administration John Ford Business Administration Leon E. Frush Finance Ivette R. Garcia Piano Performance Music Lynne Gifford Social Science Siieiia Y. Gillispie Political Science Deborah A Ferguson Finance 4 ' ' Holly Elizabeth Forman Sociology Robin M. Garretson Accounting Kenneth Anton Gjertsen Business Economics A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 127 Lauren Malia Goodman Psychology Edward K. Graham Accounting Linda Craves Psychology Vicki Jean Griffiths English Maria Lyunn Groeschner History Lori Grubbs Accounting Darcy Haag Political Science Debra Hardy Elementary Education Meg Hare General Business Dee Laura Harmon Management Kimberly Dawn Harrison Psychology Bo Hartley Accounting 128 Mary Hines Physics Ronald C. Hobbs Music Education Neil Hockentiull Finance Jennifer Ann Hofmeister Business Management Susan M. Holjes Accounting Thomas Hubeart English Alan Hudgins History Susan P. Huff Business Administration A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 129 Tamara Jones Psychology Jolie L. Judy French Sherry Junker Marketing Kandie Karen Kearley Music Performance Debra King Elementary Education Jennifer Klaproth Business Administration DuAnn Kremer Physical Education Amy Lanpher Management Kenneth Leeman Psychology Wendy L. Lessard Biology Billy Lindholm Biology Betty LLorens Accounting V Charles A. Lundell Mathematics Scott D. Mackey Psychology Donna MacRae Political Science Pam Maddox Marketing Timothy Mallard History Jeannine Marsman General Business Glenn Chan Martin Finance Renee Martone General Business Mary E. Matthews History Rebecca Mayer General Business Art McCormick General Business Siobhan McCullough English Monty McGee Physics Chemistry Andrea Dianne McMillan English Christina Meinhardt German Jack Milbery Accounting Seniors 131 A VIEW FROM WITHIN Roger Farley Palmer Biology Kevin Whitney Percy Psychology Jacquline D Picaut Elementary Education Ronda L. Poore Elementary Education Beth Pitzer Finance Economics Richard Price Music Performance Sylvia L. Redwine Elementary Education Cheryl A Price Political Science n TP ' ! Michael P. A. Pugliese General Business Douglas L. Quackenbos Spanish French Michelle Recourt Physical Education Darrin A. Reynolds Psychology A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 133 mmtm Kevin C. Sciacca Computer Science Ciiarles E. Scott English James Seguine Finance Scott Sells Psychology Business Laura Shaw Psychology Suzanne Eileen Shaw Accounting Collette F. Sheedy Psychology Susan C. Sheridan German Michael R. Shim-Konis Marketing Greg Shirer Music Performance R. Michael Simon jr. Sociology Corinne Simpson General Business Traci L. Simpson Marketing Julie Smith Accounting Matthew Smith Marketing Stephen D. Stange History Religion Stacey Lee Starling Elementary Education A VIEW FROM WITHIN Robert M. Stevenson Finance Seniors 135 Penelope Tolbert Voice Performance Rosa B. Trelo Psychology Sheryl D Turner Elementary Education Christine Unsworth English 136 William Urban History Mirtha Valces Accounting Judy Vandeweghe Elementary Education Etienne Vanhissenhoven Humanities Ronald W. Vara Psychology Kaye Alyson Vermont Marketing Diana Lee Voegtiin Elennentary Education Gary ). Walton Marketing Kimber Warren General Business Ronda Jane Webb Finance David Westmore Marketing Patrick Wilber Biology Jill Williams Business Administration Scott D. Williams Accounting David L. Wilson Finance Michael Wilson Business Karen Winslow Elementary Education Sue Yount Marketing Maria Zouves Voice Performance A VIEW FROM WITHIN Seniors 1 d7 Ping pong and pool - a great study break! 1 BH BI K ■ f 1 ' ' " 5 m t A David A. Anderson Kathy Andress Nancy Archard Tami Arnold Bonnie Baker lanette Booker 1 38 Juniors Sandra Borriello Mike Brennan Greg Brown Sarah Brown Kim Broyles Amy Bryda Kenneth Caeners Terri Cain Mary Caldwell Patrick D. Carson David Castelli Annie Chapman Sharon Chin Carolyn Cira Thomas J. Clark Elizabeth Claxton Kris Cole Kim Contreras Mark Cooper Brian Dain Brenda Daniels P. Todd Davis Laura McCarthy and Todd Davis make a great SUB team. Juniors 139 A VIEW FROM WITHIN Kristina Farreli Mayte Figueiras Barbara Filegar Al Finch Harold Findley Ice Cool ... Ice Cream! Ij.iriiclle Mezera checks in a new rcsi(Jeril. Mary Hastings Ben Jenkins Jason Karr Janice Holder Clemente Inclan Jennifer Irza Jennifer James Karen Jones Paige Jones Nini Kaczinski Anke Kaminski Gregory Kazanjian Kathy Kivi Elizabeth Koszas - A VrEW FROM WITHIN Jeff Ladinski Juniors 141 Chris Lapp Lauren Larkin Ana Latour Susie Liebert Andrea Liska Irina Lukito William Macgrath Juliann Mall Florence Maguier Glen Martin ■ Tres Mullis Nancy Nelson leff Newton Michael Odonnell Erin Marie Owen Erin Phillips Angle Prevatt Caroline Robinson SGA president John Moore patiently listens to C). Drake ' s opinion on an upcoming bill. Lisa Romay Lucille Russo Debbie Sabol Caria Sangiovanni - A VIEW FROM WITHIN — Greg Sapp Juniors 143 Carolyn Seymour Sharon Seymour Thad Soles Kelly Spillman Carolyn Sproul Striving to be the BEST he can be!!! Megumi Sugihara Stacey Sumner Vanessa Thomas John Thompson Paul Wasmund Fun SUB events bnng out the special talents of Allen Youn- ger on the Hat Rack Patio. Cheryl Watier Darlyn Watier Jeff Watson Andrew Woodward Allen R. Younger Diane Zavatkay Dana Zeigler A VIEW FROM WITHIN Laura Zindell Juniors 145 William D Aleshire Dawn Arbaugh Debbie Allen Georgeanne Anderson Randy Anderson Nicole Aubry Robert Baldwin Jamie C. Ball Pamela Barkley Chrissie Bastone Jerry Benson Karen Blosch Kevin T Andres Evelyn Barba Ted Bohne Henna Boye Debra Bremer Debbie Broe Amy Brown -I Katherine Bryan Joanne Butterbrodt Pamela Childers Deborah Cole Kim Bunting Katie Bryne Andrea Calvert Tina Carantzas Donna Christopher lackie Cinotti Scott D. Cockerham Angle Colmnar Valerie Conaway Leslie Conerly Paige Cavanaugn Faith Codner Mike Cooper Kim Courtney L. Richard Covert Betsy Cowan Paul Coyner A VIEW FROM WITHIN Sophomores 147 Todd Davis Douglas Davison Shannon Deal Sheila Ann Dearbury Constant DeMattia Richard Derienzo Majorie Diephouse David Dodge Hal Dollar Michele Dukes Amy Dunham Laura Finley Melissa Finn Debbie Fox Lorene Francis Tracy Domkowski Valerie Durand Claudia Epting Bob Finkbeiner Edward Funcheon Ron Gironda Garth Goodman Kimberly Gossett Kimberly Could Sue L. Grant William Gray Anna Gregory Allison Cross Karin Hail Holly HalliweU Kathy Henry Michelle Hinson William Hinson Kahren Holland Sophomores 149 A VIEW FROM WITHIN Cinda Morris Tammi Morris Susan Mull Lauressa Nelson Daniel Nordman Mary Jo Norton Sally Osburn Jeff Oswald Lisa Ottomanelli Brian Palmer Angela Parker Melissa Patrick Angela Phillips A VIEW FROM WITHIN Astiley Phipps Sophomores 15 I Donn Roll Rebecca Rowland Cindy Sanchez Ronda Sapp Andrea Sauer Deanna Scherock Christina Schilcher Donna Schwiers Patti Sgtefik Eric Shaheen % V Michelle Solomon Joseph Spikes Barbara Stackpole Kelley Steele Rachel Stewart Mandy Stoll Kfisten Sweet Pam Tayco Kellie Taylor Susan Terhune Nathalie Terrier Allison Turner Laurie Valentine Tina Vaughn Katherine Wahlstad Theresa VVard Michael Weber Michael B. Whitehead Michael Whiteside Margo Williams Tammy Yarneil Michael Wilson Susan Wolfe David J. Yawn Amy Young — A VIEW FROM WriHIN Gr ace Wong Sophomores 153 Pamela Axton Tonya Baldwin Gentry Barnett Larua Bashaw Brendan Bastille Patrick Bell Georgiana Binhgham Jeffery Bittenbinder Karen Bittenbinder Kris Bittenbinder Kathy Bloodworth Kelly Bostdorff Dena Bouldin Sonya Bradford Beth Brantley Lynne Camposano Michele Canamucio Jimmy Cashion Diana Chin Shannon Dearmas Allison Deinard Catherine Deithorne Cina Dianni Bonnie Oeaveland Sandra Cluett Rebecca Condon Craig Coutemanche Amy Dance Tom Davis Patrick Dougherty Debbie Duchaine Kristin Dunlop Cermaine Nicole Durand Brook Eason A VIEW FROM WITHIN Kathy Eccles Freshmen 155 Michelle Faivre Robyn Farrar Joe-Ann Fergus Rebecca Fite Scott Foeller Henry Fordham Raymond Gallon Stephanie Galloway Cynthia Garen April Gloer Kristina Godzik Jim Goodfriend Amy Granholm Richard Granson Michelle Green Benjie Harnage Robert Hine Dian Hood Mark Hunter P» " ' ' • " • " ' • " ' ■ " ' " ' -■ Jocelyn Jukes Elizabeth Harper Mary )o Hayes Kristine Hearn Eugene Heitman Jim Hines Joey Hoffmeier Christa Holland Kim Holmes Terri Norton Carolyn Howard Martin Hoyer John Hundley Belinda Johnson Kendal Johes Kristin Jones Sharon Jones Rubina Kakli Kristina Kaplan Janice Keefe A VIEW FROM WITHIN Kevin Keith Freshmen 1 57 Michelle Minotti Debbie Norris Sally Padgett Adrienne Powell msi : Matt Montgomery Scott Moody Greg Moon Denist- Jennifer Nuthall Heather Ohatan lames O ' Neal Sharman Osteen Jefree Pawlack Rachel Pedraza Connie Perry Dawn Pilot Madeilynann Pugh Amanda Raiford Chuck Raleigh David Randolph Freshmen 1 5 " AVIEW FROM WITHIN Lisa Straub Keith Sutton Shelley Thompson Peggy Threke! Elizabeth Trac» Lee Tranford Selena Walker Elsa Trembour Bettina Walther Mindy Turner Catherine Ulmer Julie Warren Stephanie Wells Laura Vantil Harriette Whitting Peter Young Elizabeth Younggren Catherine Zelley A VIEW FROM WITHIN Freshmen 161 Our Continuous Support National Local Publicity . . . published ads ... TV ads . . . radio . . . mall promotions . . . solicitors. Stetson Publicity . . . posters . . . The Reporter . . . Commons ' ta- ble tents ... The Hatter . . . WSTN . . . CUB Marquee . . . Touchstone . . . campus mall . . . Rodney ' s Elec- tronic Information Board . . . news- letters . . . meetings, meetings, meetings . . . Stetson Grapevine. Personal Publicity . . . body lan- guage . . . vocabulary . . . listening . . . individual actions . . . facial ex- pressions . . . Interpersonal rela- tionships . . . word of mouth. Ranging from national to per- sonal publicity, advertising Is the communication between two or more organizations or individuals with the purpose of exchanging in- formation. No matter what form, from national TV commercials to personal conversations, the infor- mation exchange is accomplished and images are established. In the yearbook, as in many oth- er situations. The Stetson Hatter depends on the support of the community. To all of the mer- chants and businesses in the area and the parents of students, sin- cere gratitude Is extended for con- tinuous support enabling us to re- cord the moments of today to last as memories forever. MAR! MUSALEN Class of 87 AVIEW FROM WITHIN. 162 Ads Wearing Greek letters is an advertisement In word and deed. «s ' ' ««%5 - jj i . PlZZf Uncle Mike ' s Pizza is a regular patron in the Reporter STETSON PROUD!!! R.A. ' s Shannon Lundequam, Carolyn Cira, and Kathy Kivi wear their Stetson shirts to the FRAS convention. 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" We Love You " MOM and DAD Dear Ashley, Keep Thinking Positive . . . One Person Can Make A Difference! . . . Love, DAD and MOM Dear Anne, Our Love For You Just Keeps Crowing! MOM and DAD We Are Proud Of You Bass!! Keep Up The Good Work! Love, MOM and DAD Dearest Belinda, You Are A Blessing And A joy! Love, MOM and DAD Dear Gerry, We Love You And Are Proud Of You. MOM, DAD, DOUGLAS, )ANE Dear Bonnie, Happy Days! MOM Dear Gina, May Your Life Be As Happy As You Have Made Us! Love, MOM, DAD, CELESTE, LORI Dear Claribel, May Life Be As Good To You As You Have Been To UsI! MOM and DAD Dear Greg, We Love You! MOM and DAD C.P.L III - " Be Your Wonderful Self — Stay Happy And KEEP SMILING! " All Our Love, The FAMILY Dear Gunner, " Yours Is The Earth And Everything That ' s In It " ... Go For It!! Love, MOM and DEB Dear Debbie, We Had No Doubts That You Would Suc- ceed. We Are Ail Proud Of You. God Bless You And May The Future Only Have Good Things in Store For You. Love, MOM and DAD . . . Mike, Dave, Paul, too. To Hamilton II, " GO FOR IT!! Dear Donna, God Gave Us A SPECIAL Blessing When He Gave Us You! Love, MOM and DAD Dear Helene, Be Proud, " Baby " - We Are!!! We Love You, MOM and DAD Dear DuAnn, May You Have As Much Joy, Happiness And Love In Your Life As You Have Given Us. Love, MOM and DAD Dear Howard, " This World Is Yours, Just Reach For It. " We ' re Very Proud Of You. Love, MOM and DAD 183 )tS, rid DAD Well Done Beloved Son! Love, MOM and DAD Be AH You Are Capable Of Being. Love, mBSmt MOTHER and DAD Karen: Climb Every Mountain, Search Higli and Low, Follow Every By-way, Every Path You Know. Climb Every Mountain, Ford Every Stream, Follow Every Rain- bow, Til You Find Your Dream. A Dream That Will Need All The Love You Can Give, Every Day Of Your Life For As Long As You Live. God Bless You. We All Love You, MOM, DADDY, ALLYSON, JERRY, JENNIFER, SNOOPY Dear Jeffre, We Have Enjoyed Seeing You Grow This First Year In College. God Bless You. We Love You! Mom and DAD Dear Kevin, May Your Life Be As Happy As You Have Made Ours! With Love To Our " Perfect " Child, MOM and DAD Dear Jim, May Life Be As Good To You As You Have Been To Us. Love, MOM, SUSAN, MARY PAT, RICKY Knsta Erickson, Congratulations On Your First Year. We Love You! MOM, DAD, KARI, K, K, K, C Way To Go, Jo! Love and Best Wishes, MOM MAC, ALICE DAD, DANETTE JEFF, SUE DENNIS, CHARLEY DORIS BRUCE, BETH, SUSIE, ED, and MISSY Dear Kristina Lee, We Love You So Much! MOM and DAD Dear John S., " We Love You! " MOM and DAD Dear Laura, " Press On Toward The Goal For The Prize Of The Upward Call Of God In Christ Jesus. " Phil. 3:14 Love, DAD and MOM Hi Jon, " We Love You Much! ' MOM and DAD CONGRATULATIONS LEE CARTER We Are Proud Of You! DAD, TYNA, and FAMILY Dear Linda, You Are A Very Special Daughter And We Love You. MOM and DAD Dear Natalie, You ' ve Been So Rewarding To Us. Life Will Undoubtedly Be Rewarding To Vou. YOUR FAMILY Dear Lori, Enjoy This Wonderful Experience Of Col- lege Life. We Love You, MOM and DAD Dear Randi, The World ' s A Brighter, Lovelier Place Be- cause Of Having A Daughter Like You. May Your Graduation Be The Beginning Of A Future That Holds Success And Fulfillment Of Your Greatest Hopes Arxj Dreams. We Are So Proud Of You. Lovingly, MOTHER and DAD Dear Mandy, Paper Chase In It ' s Early Stages. We Love You Very Much — MOM and DAD Dear Rhonda, How Would We Describe You One Word!!! AWESOME! MOM and DAD Dear Michele Lynn, Do The Very Best You Can And Leave The Outcome To God. All Our Love, MOM and DAD Robin, We Are Proud Of You As A Graduate And More So As A Wonderful Daughter. Love, MOM and DAD Dear Miiiii, Kiss Today Goodbye And Point Toward To- morrow, Because Tomorrow Is Yours. We Love You Very Much, MOM, DAD, and FREDDIE Dear Ronda, We Are So Very Proud Of You! Love, MOM and DAD, GRANDMA and GRANDPA Dear Mike, All Parents Should Be As Lucky As We Have Been To Have A Son Like You. May You Obtain Whatever You Wish To Reach In Your Future. Thank You, We Love You — MOM and DAD Dear Scott, Through The Years, You Have Reached Many Goals That You Have Strived For. We Hope That As Your Future Unfolds It Will Be A Happy One And That The Goals You Will Again Be Working Towards Will Be Reached. May God Go With You Always — As We Do . . . DAD, MOM, and DEB! Dear Nancy, Here ' s To A Wonderful Girl, Our Sweetie- Pie. Love, MOM and DAD Dear Sheila, May You Find Happiness In Life Equal To The Happiness You Have Given To Us. We Are Proud Of You. God Bless You! Love, MOM, DAD, and Z. J. We AfeM Tom Barden: You ' ve Done Great As A Student, Son, Hus- id Luck! band, and Daddy! We ' re Proud! DAD Love, MOM, DAD, DIANE, JARED, and RACHEL TO Siobhan MGCullough, We Asked The Lord To Send Us A Boy But He, In His Wisdom, Opted For A Bundle Packaged In Pink And, What ' s More, With Angel-tipped Letters, Wrote, " JOY " ... You Were And Are! ' MOTHER and DAD Hi Teb, LOOKS LIKE WE MADE IT!!! ' XO • 10 " Love, M D Dear Spencer, We ' re Proud Of Your Accomplishments And Commitment. Most Of Ail, We Love You! MOM, DAD and STACEY Taun, We Love You And We ' re So Proud! MOM and DAD Dear Stacey, CONGRATULATIONS! May Life Bring You The Happiness You Have Brought Into Our Lives. We Love You! MOM and DAD You Are So Special; We ' re Very Proud Of You. We Wish You Love And Success. Love, MOM, DAD and PAM To Susan, Our Greatest Wish Is For Your Lifetime Hap- piness. God Bless You. Love, YOUR FAMILY " You Have Been A Special Blessing To Us! " Love, MOM and DAD Dear Susan Behnke Carrin, We Love You And Are So Proud Of Your Accomplishments. Love, MOM arad YOUR FAMILY Special Hopes Are Never Ending Dear Tom, " We Miss You And Love You Very Much! " Love, The BEARS MANY THANKS TO THE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION OF STETSON UNIVERSITY FROM THE FATHER OF C BOWLING SENIOR 1986-1987!!!! We have just traveled through a VIEW FROM WITHIN Stetson. A final reflection shows some special memories we share with our FRIENDS FROM WITHIN. 187 Friends From Within 188 189 Friends From Within M%H ■ta If " • t Pf - -. -y. J -Jf j W zr K W %Si 7 v1 ■ iM Rcl Jl ' 1 ?K« ' j ' , .M%. yl - " :— " iK j " ' 8 ' W ' ° C - iikil pS _ _ ;- ;_ . , — _ rrp i f H ' l Friends From Within 191 Follow Your Dream . . . Take One Step At A Time. And Don ' t Settle For Less, Just Continue To Climb. Follow Your Dreams . . . If You Stumble, Don ' t Stop And Lose Sight Of Your Goal, Press On To The Top. For Only On Top Can We See The Whole View Can We See What We ' ve Done And What We Can Do. We Can Then Have The Vision To Seek Something New . . . 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